What is the value of the expression “three less than the quotient of ten and a number, increased by six” when n = 2?

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What is the value of the expression “three less than the quotient of ten and a number, increased by six” when n = 2?

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Alice 3 weeks 2021-09-21T14:27:00+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    2021-09-21T14:28:32+00:00

    Answer:

    8

    Step-by-step explanation:

    The given expression is “three less than the quotient of ten and a number, increased by six”

    The quotient of ten and a number increased by six is translated into mathematical expression as:

    \frac{10}{n}+6

    Three less than the quotient of ten and a number, increased by six is

    (\frac{10}{n}+6)-3

    When we substitute n=2, we get:

    (\frac{10}{2}+6)-3

    Divide to get:

    (5+6)-3

    Add to get:

    11-3

    Subtract

    8

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